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Science Ecosystems Lesson 3 Relationships in Ecosystems
Producers
Consumers
Decomposers
Food chain
Organisms that make their own food using the energy in sunlight
Organisms that can not make their own food
Organisms that turn dead and decaying matter into simpler sub…
Energy that passes from one organism to another
Producers
Organisms that make their own food using the energy in sunlight
Consumers
Organisms that can not make their own food
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Ecosystems: Lesson 3
consumer
producer
food chain
food web
an organism that obtains energy by feeding on organisms
an organism that can make its own food
a series of events in which one organism eats other to obtain…
consists of many overlapping food chains in an ecosystem
consumer
an organism that obtains energy by feeding on organisms
producer
an organism that can make its own food
Science Ch 3 Lesson 3 Relationships in Ecosystems
producer
consumer
decomposer
food chain
an organism, such as a plant, that makes its own food
an organism that cannot make its own food
an organism that breaks down wastes and the remains of other…
the path that energy takes from one organism to another in th…
producer
an organism, such as a plant, that makes its own food
consumer
an organism that cannot make its own food
Science Chapter 3 Lesson 3 Relationships in Ecosystems
producers
consumers
decomposers
food chain
organisms that make their own food using energy in sunlight
organisms who cannot make their own food
organisms that break down dead and decaying matter into waste…
the order or sequence in which organisms in an ecosystem cons…
producers
organisms that make their own food using energy in sunlight
consumers
organisms who cannot make their own food
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Science Lesson 3: Energy in Ecosystems
Matter ______ through an ecosystem.
Energy ______ through an ecosystem.
Energy can change form as it moves thr…
What are organisms that make their own…
cycles
flows
stays the same
autotrophs
Matter ______ through an ecosystem.
cycles
Energy ______ through an ecosystem.
flows
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lesson3 ecosystems
environment
humans
competition
forest fire
all of the conditions surrounding an organism
one of the most important causes of environmental change
the struggle of organisms for the same limited resources
clears away dead and dying plant matter making room for new p…
environment
all of the conditions surrounding an organism
humans
one of the most important causes of environmental change
Science Ch 7 - Ecosystems Lesson 3
food chain
food web
In an ecosystem, energy flows from the…
When animals eat plants, both ________…
the transfer of energy from one organism to another by eating…
system of overlapping food chains in which the flow of energy…
producers, to herbivores, carnivores, and decomposers.
energy, matter
food chain
the transfer of energy from one organism to another by eating…
food web
system of overlapping food chains in which the flow of energy…
Ecosystems Lesson 3
drought
succession
primary succession
secondary succession
very little rain
gradual change of organisms in an ecosystem
change which begins on bare rock (there was never anything th…
change which begins where an ecosystem used to be
drought
very little rain
succession
gradual change of organisms in an ecosystem
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Ecosystems Lesson 3
Frond
Organism
Photosynthesis
Producer
the compound leaf of a fern or duckweed
A living thing
A process plants use to turn sunlight into food
An organism that makes its own food through photosynthesis.
Frond
the compound leaf of a fern or duckweed
Organism
A living thing
Louisiana Science: A Closer Look Unit 4: Ecosystems Lesson 3: Adaptation and Survival
Adaptation
Camouflage
Protective Coloration
Protective Resemblance
any characteristic that helps an organism survive in its envi…
coloring, shape, or pattern that allow organisms to blend in…
a type of camouflage in which the color of an organism help i…
matching the color, shape, AND texture of the environment Ex.…
Adaptation
any characteristic that helps an organism survive in its envi…
Camouflage
coloring, shape, or pattern that allow organisms to blend in…
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Science: Unit 5: Ecosystems Lesson 3: Adaptation and Survival
Adaptation
Camouflage
Protective Coloration
Protective Resemblance
any characteristic that helps an organism survive in its envi…
coloring, shape, or pattern that allow organisms to blend in…
a type of camouflage in which the color of an organism help i…
matching the color, shape, AND texture of the environment Ex.…
Adaptation
any characteristic that helps an organism survive in its envi…
Camouflage
coloring, shape, or pattern that allow organisms to blend in…
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4th Science Chapter 3 Exploring Ecosystems: Lesson 3 Relationships in Ecosystems
producer
consumer
decomposer
food chain
an organism, such as a plant, that makes its own food; ... organ…
an organism that can't make its own food
an organism that breaks down wastes and the remains of other…
the path that energy takes from one organism to another in th…
producer
an organism, such as a plant, that makes its own food; ... organ…
consumer
an organism that can't make its own food
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Lesson3 How Do Humans Affect Ecosystems?
rain or snow that falls on the ground
all the living things in an area and t…
unusual, interesting, and often foreign
an area of land that is partly covered…
precipitation
ecosystem
exotic
wetland
rain or snow that falls on the ground
precipitation
all the living things in an area and t…
ecosystem
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Living Things in Ecosystems: Lesson 3 Adaptations
Camoflage
Nocturnal
Hibernate
Migrate
an adaptation that allows an organism to blend into its surro…
an adaptation in which an animal is active during the night a…
to rest or go into a deep sleep through the cold winter
to move from one place to another
Camoflage
an adaptation that allows an organism to blend into its surro…
Nocturnal
an adaptation in which an animal is active during the night a…
Ecosystems:FF Lesson 3 & 4 Organ. & Enviro
mutualism
symbiosis
commensalism
parasitism
a symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit from t…
any relationship in which two species live closely and interact
occurs when one species benefits from the association while t…
occurs when one organism lives on or inside another organism…
mutualism
a symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit from t…
symbiosis
any relationship in which two species live closely and interact
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6th Grade Science Ecosystems & Biomes: Lesson 3
biome
climate
desert
rain forest
a group of ecosystems with similar climate and organisms.
the average annual temperature and amount of precipitation in…
an area that receives less than 25 centimeters of rain per ye…
forests in which large amounts of rain fall year-round.
biome
a group of ecosystems with similar climate and organisms.
climate
the average annual temperature and amount of precipitation in…
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4th Science Chapter 3 Exploring Ecosystems: Lesson 3 Relationships in Ecosystems
producer
consumer
decomposer
food chain
an organism, such as a plant, that makes its own food; ... organ…
an organism that can't make its own food
an organism that breaks down wastes and the remains of other…
the path that energy takes from one organism to another in th…
producer
an organism, such as a plant, that makes its own food; ... organ…
consumer
an organism that can't make its own food
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Science Chapter 10 Lesson 3: Energy Flow in Ecosystems
Energy Roles
Producer
Consumer
Herbivores
"Each of the organisms in an ecosystem fills the energy role…
An organism that can make its own food.
An organism that obtains energy by feeding on other organisms.
Consumers that eat only plants.
Energy Roles
"Each of the organisms in an ecosystem fills the energy role…
Producer
An organism that can make its own food.
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Relationships in Ecosystems (Unit 5 Lesson 3 Science)
producer
consumer
decomposer
food chain
an organism such as a plant, that makes its own food... (pg 266)
an organism that cannot make its own food (p. 267)
an organism that breaks down wastes and the remains of other…
the path that energy takes from one organism to another in th…
producer
an organism such as a plant, that makes its own food... (pg 266)
consumer
an organism that cannot make its own food (p. 267)
Ecosystems lesson 3
Organisms need
A food chain
In places of decay,
Warm temperature and presence of moist…
energy, minerals, oxygen, and carbon dioxide to survive.
shows possible paths along which energy can be transferred th…
dead organisms and wastes are broken down.
speed decay.
Organisms need
energy, minerals, oxygen, and carbon dioxide to survive.
A food chain
shows possible paths along which energy can be transferred th…
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science ch.1 lesson 3 - Photosynthesis & lesson 4 - Changes in Ecosystems
stomata
carbohydrate
cellular respiration
energy pyramid
tiny pores found in leaves and stem that allow the exchange o…
a group of chemical compounds made from carbon, oxygen, hydro…
the process in which energy is released from food (sugar) ins…
A diagram that shows the amount of energy available at each l…
stomata
tiny pores found in leaves and stem that allow the exchange o…
carbohydrate
a group of chemical compounds made from carbon, oxygen, hydro…
Stokes--Ecosystems, Lesson 3 Vocab
consumer
decomposer
energy pyramid
food chain
an orgainism that cannot make its own food.
an organism that breaks down wastes and the remains of other…
a diagram that shows the amount of energy available at each l…
the path that energy takes from one organism to another in th…
consumer
an orgainism that cannot make its own food.
decomposer
an organism that breaks down wastes and the remains of other…
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Science-Ch. 4 lesson 3 Ecosystems and Biomes
Biome
Climate
Desert
Adaptations
Each of the Earth's major land ecosystems is a __________
Each volume has its own specific animal, plant, soil, and ___…
A sandy or rocky biome with a dry climate is a __________
Some organisms have ____________ that allows them to survive…
Biome
Each of the Earth's major land ecosystems is a __________
Climate
Each volume has its own specific animal, plant, soil, and ___…
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Science 7 Lesson 3.1 Energy Flow in Ecosystems
producer
consumer
herbivore
carnivore
an organism that can make its own food
an organism that obtains energy by feeding on other organisms
consumers that eat only plants
consumers that eat only animals
producer
an organism that can make its own food
consumer
an organism that obtains energy by feeding on other organisms
Level 5 Ecosystems and Biomes Lesson 3/4/5
biome
climate
desert
rain forest
a group of ecosystems with similar climates and organisms
the average annual conditions of temperature, precipitation,…
a dry region that on average receives less than 25 centimeter…
a forest that receives at least 2 meters of rain per year, mo…
biome
a group of ecosystems with similar climates and organisms
climate
the average annual conditions of temperature, precipitation,…
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Science Unit5 Lesson 3 Ecosystems
producers
consumers
decomposers
food chain
An organism, such as a plant, that makes its own food.
An organism that can't make its own food.
An organism that breaks down waste and the remains of other o…
The path that energy takes from one organism to another in th…
producers
An organism, such as a plant, that makes its own food.
consumers
An organism that can't make its own food.
Ecosystem Lesson 3
Habitat
Niche
Producers
Consumers
An environment that meets the needs of an organism.
Role
Things that make their own food.
Things that eat other living things for energy
Habitat
An environment that meets the needs of an organism.
Niche
Role
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Science Unit 5 Ecosystems Lesson 3 & 4
producers
consumers
decomposers
food chain
organisms that make their own food using the energy in sunlight
organisms that cannot make their own food
organisms that turn dead and decaying matter into simpler sub…
energy that passes from one organism to another
producers
organisms that make their own food using the energy in sunlight
consumers
organisms that cannot make their own food
Ecosystem Lesson 3
respiration
photosynthesis
producers
consumers
the process in which animals, plants, and other living things…
the process by which plants change light energy into chemical…
a living thing that makes its own food
an organism that gets energy by feeding on other organisms
respiration
the process in which animals, plants, and other living things…
photosynthesis
the process by which plants change light energy into chemical…
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Ecosystems Lesson 3
____ is a characteristic that increase…
___ are determined by the genes an org…
___ is a random change in a gene
___ mutations will allow an organism t…
An adaptation
Inherited characteristics
A mutation
Helpful
____ is a characteristic that increase…
An adaptation
___ are determined by the genes an org…
Inherited characteristics
How Energy Flows Through and Ecosystem - Lesson 3 Vocabulary
habitat
niche
food chain
prey
environment that meets the needs of an organism
the role of an organism in its habitat
a series of organisms that depend on one another for food
consumers that are eaten by predtors
habitat
environment that meets the needs of an organism
niche
the role of an organism in its habitat
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Lesson 3 Ecosystems Vocab
commensalism
consumer
habitat
mutualism
symbiotic relationship... that benefits one species but does not…
organism that gets energy... by eating other organisms
habitat place within an ecosystem ... where an organism lives
symbiotic relationship... in which both partners benefit
commensalism
symbiotic relationship... that benefits one species but does not…
consumer
organism that gets energy... by eating other organisms
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Ecosystems Vocabulary-Lesson 3
commensalism
consumer
habitat
mutualism
symbiotic relationship that benefits one species but does not…
organism that gets energy by eating other organisms
place within an ecosystem where an organism lives
symbiotic relationship in which both partners benefit
commensalism
symbiotic relationship that benefits one species but does not…
consumer
organism that gets energy by eating other organisms
Louisiana Science: A Closer Look Unit 5: Ecosystems Lesson 3: Adaptation and Survival
Adaptation
Camouflage
Protective Coloration
Protective Resemblance
any characteristic that helps an organism survive in its envi…
coloring, shape, or pattern that allow organisms to blend in…
a type of camouflage in which the color of an organism help i…
matching the color, shape, AND texture of the environment Ex.…
Adaptation
any characteristic that helps an organism survive in its envi…
Camouflage
coloring, shape, or pattern that allow organisms to blend in…
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Ecosystems vocab lesson 3
Commensalism
Consumer
Habitat
Mutualism
Symbiotic relationship that benifits one species but does not…
Organism that gets energy by eating other organisms
Place within an ecosystem where an organism lives
Symbiotic relationship in which both partners benifit
Commensalism
Symbiotic relationship that benifits one species but does not…
Consumer
Organism that gets energy by eating other organisms
Lesson 3 Ecosystems
commensalism
consumer
habitat
mutualism
symbolic relationship that benefits one species but does not…
organism that gets energy by eating other organisms.
place within an ecosystem where an organism lives.
symbolic relationship in which both partners benefit.
commensalism
symbolic relationship that benefits one species but does not…
consumer
organism that gets energy by eating other organisms.
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Ecosystems Vocab. Lesson 3
Commensalism
Consumer
Habitat
Mutualism
symbiotic relationship that benefits one species but does not…
organism that gets energy by eating other organisms
place within an ecosystem where an organism lives
symbiotic relationship in which both partners benefit
Commensalism
symbiotic relationship that benefits one species but does not…
Consumer
organism that gets energy by eating other organisms
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Ecosystems lesson 3
commensalism
consumer
habitat
mutualism
symbiotic relationship... that benefits one species but does not…
organism that gets energy... by eating other organisms
place within an ecosystem ... where an organism lives
symbiotic relationship... in which both partners benefit
commensalism
symbiotic relationship... that benefits one species but does not…
consumer
organism that gets energy... by eating other organisms
7 terms
Science Lesson 3.3
faults
divergent boundaries
transform boundaries
convergent boundaries
breaks in Earth's crust where rocks have slipped past each ot…
plates move apart, or diverge, from each other.
plates that come together, or converge.
plates that slip past each other.
faults
breaks in Earth's crust where rocks have slipped past each ot…
divergent boundaries
plates move apart, or diverge, from each other.
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Science Chapter 9 Lesson 3 Changing Ecosystems 4/18/16
Primary succession
pioneer species
Secondary succession
Natural disturbances such as fires, hu…
is the series of changes that occurs in an area where no soil…
are the first species to populate an area .
the series of changes that occurs in an area where the ecosys…
are examples of secondary succession.
Primary succession
is the series of changes that occurs in an area where no soil…
pioneer species
are the first species to populate an area .
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Chap. 5 "Interactions in Ecosystems" Lesson 3 Vocabulary
river
wetland
swamp
salt marsh
crayfish, ducks, turtles, otters, insects, bass, and trout li…
partly covered with water or flooded at least part of the year;
wetland with many trees and bushes
grassy wetland at the edge of an estuary; protect inland area…
river
crayfish, ducks, turtles, otters, insects, bass, and trout li…
wetland
partly covered with water or flooded at least part of the year;
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Ecosystems Lesson 3
A characteristic that increases an org…
Determined by the genes an organism ge…
A random change in a gene
A. Will allow an organism to have a be…
Adaptation
Inherited characteristics are
Mutation
Helpful mutation
A characteristic that increases an org…
Adaptation
Determined by the genes an organism ge…
Inherited characteristics are
Science Lesson 3 Vocabulary
Natural Resource
Soil Conservation
Crop Rotation
Contour Plowing
anything naturally occurring in the environment that humans u…
the management of soil to limit its destruction.
the planting of different crops in a field each year to maint…
plowing fields along the curves of a slope to prevent soil lo…
Natural Resource
anything naturally occurring in the environment that humans u…
Soil Conservation
the management of soil to limit its destruction.
Energy and Matter in Ecosystems - lesson 3
Matter
Energy
Law of conservation of energy
Law of conservation of mass
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Ability to do work and enables organisms to use matter in lif…
States that energy cannot be created or destroyed
States that mass cannot be created or destroyed
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Energy
Ability to do work and enables organisms to use matter in lif…
Life Science Lesson 3.1-3.2
Diffusion
Osmosis
Passive Transport
Compound
Movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to…
Diffusion of water molecules through a selectively permeable…
Movement of materials through a cell membrane without using t…
When two or more elements combine chemically.
Diffusion
Movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to…
Osmosis
Diffusion of water molecules through a selectively permeable…
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4th Science Chapter 4 Surviving in Ecosystems: Lesson 3 Changes in Ecosystems
accommodation
endangered
extinct
pollution
an individual organism's response to changes in its ecosystem
close to becoming extinct; having very few of its kind left
said of an organism no longer alive on Earth
harmful or unwanted material that has been added to the envir…
accommodation
an individual organism's response to changes in its ecosystem
endangered
close to becoming extinct; having very few of its kind left
Science Lesson 3
microscope
electron microscope
prokaryote
eukaryote
an instrument that produces an enlarged image of an object.
studies very small non-living organisms.
have simple cell structures without a nucleus in each cell.
complex organisms that do have a nucleus in each cell.
microscope
an instrument that produces an enlarged image of an object.
electron microscope
studies very small non-living organisms.
Karen science lesson 3
Natural magnet
Artificial magnet
Magnetite
Shapes of artificial magnet
black rock , magnetite(iron ores)
man made magnet , different shapes and sizes
is one of the Iron ores
rectangular magnet, horse shoe ,ring magnet ,bar magnet ,magn…
Natural magnet
black rock , magnetite(iron ores)
Artificial magnet
man made magnet , different shapes and sizes
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Ecosystems Lesson 3
a characteristic that increases an org…
are determined by the genes an organis…
a random change in a gene
helpful mutations will allow an organi…
Adaptation
Inherited characteristics
Mutation
live and reproduce
a characteristic that increases an org…
Adaptation
are determined by the genes an organis…
Inherited characteristics
Ecosystems lesson 3
commensalism
consumer
habitat
mutualism
symbiotic relationship that benefits one species but does not…
organism that gets energy by eating other organisms
place within an ecosystem where an organism lives
symbiotic relationship in which both partners benefit
commensalism
symbiotic relationship that benefits one species but does not…
consumer
organism that gets energy by eating other organisms
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